Eli & Fur chat to Dubzy about United Ants and playing for them at The Warehouse Project. They also talk about upcoming gigs including Snowbombing.
Eli & Fur (Eliza Dodd-Noble and Jennifer Skillman) are a London-based dance duo who bring a pop sensibility to club-friendly tech-house. Their songs feature slick yet minimal beats and bright melodies along with their own gentle, calmly detached vocals. The duo first entered the music business as pop songwriters, penning tunes for Girls Aloud and the Saturdays. Eventually they took up DJ’ing, spinning various flavors of house music around London. They began releasing their original songs on their own NYX Records in 2012, and soon they attracted attention from blogs and clubs alike, particularly for their 2013 cut “You’re So High.”
In 2014, they featured on Davidian’s single “Could Never” on Kitsuné Music, and their collaboration with Shadow Child (“Seeing Is Believing”) was released by Defected. By the end of the year, Anjunadeep released their single “Feel the Fire” as well as Manik’s “Far Away,” which featured the duo. In 2015, Eli & Fur released their “Your Eyes” single on NYX and California Love EP on Anjunadeep. They were tipped by Beatport as an Artist to Watch, and toured North America. In 2016, they collaborated with Tâches on a song called “Lookalike,” as well as Erick Morillo’s track “Thunder & Lightning.”